Let’s have a ball!

Let's have a Ball!
It's a ball party!
It’s a ball party!

My daughter was turning four and she just LOVES bubbles! So I was trying to think of something fun that we could do that could incorporate bubbles!!!

look beyond us... see all the bubbles?  It was so mystical!
look beyond us… see all the bubbles? It was so mystical!

So we played off of the theme a “ball” and made it a “ball for all”! I made Tutu’s for the girls from an easy slip not tutorial I found off of pinterest. Ashlynn in one of the tutu's I made

The tutu fun!, makes a ball all the more fun!
The tutu fun!, makes a ball all the more fun!
Sweet Ashlynn one of Adalynn's best friends
Sweet Ashlynn one of Adalynn’s best friends

Since I didn’t know all of the the girls sizes I just used a piece of ribbon to tie in the back... Tie the ribbon in the back or in the front!  One-size, basically, fits all

 

The weather was beautiful so I used a white canopy and tape tule along the sides to make our outside area a little more decorative. Then I got the least expensive fabric I could find and nailed it to the ground for a blanket for us to sit on! Not to mention a perfect spot for our picnic!

a simple picnic with the gals- its perfect for a ball!
a simple picnic with the gals- its perfect for a ball!
Adalynn loved eating with all the kids - picnic style!
Adalynn loved eating with all the kids – picnic style!

I kept the food items very simple, chicken salad, hummus with dip, and vegetable cups! For dessert instead of a cake we did cake balls-_KSP8323

For activities I had the bubble machine going along with an assortment of wand bubbles for the girls to play with! We also had the chalk board for coloring and a lawn full of pink and white balls!

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